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We hope you enjoyed the Popcorn Fundraiser kickoff. If you missed it, you can view our video "What Does Ashworth Say" on YouTube!
Popcorn is on sale until December 6th! Only $2 per bag!
If you have sold all of your popcorn, Mrs. Carbary will be collecting money starting Monday. Make sure that your money envelope has your name, teacher, and grade clearly written on it. Seal the envelope and turn it in at the office.
If you wish to purchase popcorn and can't find a student selling it, come to the office! There's a big basket sitting on the counter. Please pay at the front desk!
Thanks so much for the support!
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At the October 17th meeting, the Ashworth PTA hosted a pumpkin carving contest! Our kids showed their awesome creativity with a variety of pumpkins ranging from very scary to very funny. A group of teachers (Ms. Barnes / 4th grade, Ms. Christian / Special Ed., and Mr. Smith / 6th grade) judged the various categories and came up with the following winners:
Best Decorated: Madi B. (Sister to Ashlyn B. in 3rd grade)
The PTA wants to thank everyone who participated!
Congratulations to Ashworth Elementary, winner of the 2013 Spirit Award at the Seguin High School Homecoming game. Seguin High School invited all of the feeder schools to join them at the Homecoming Game. All of the guests were invited to run through the giant panther tunnel on the field prior to the game. They then awarded the school with the most students and staff the award for greatest spirit.
Ashworth won the award with over 100 participants! In addition to the trophy, Ashworth won the best prize of all... A really great experience and lots of laughs!
For the third year in a row, Ashworth Elementary participated in the Pinwheels for Peace program in honor of the International Day of Peace. Our very own art teacher, Mrs. E., introduced the program to Ashworth. Now, other schools in the district have joined the movement. This year, each class at Ashworth prepared and signed a bigger pinwheel, which students signed to pledge to look toward world peace. Students from Seguin High School arrived early (6:30 AM!) to set up the 600+ pinwheels in front of the school.
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